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    Megha Bajpai replied to the topic Be Happy in the forum Be Happy 2 months, 1 week ago

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    Suman Poonawala replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

    He made me feel horrible whenever I messed up. Even as a child, I often wondered why he’d decided to have kids in the first place. He seemed upset with us far more often than pleased or loving. Aside from instilling in me a near crippling fear of failure, he also unintentionally taught me how to distance myself from my feelings.
    I still remember…[Read more]

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    Seetha Lakhmani replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

    I’m not sure how to do this willingly, but I started down this path somewhat unintentionally at a young age.

    I have a terrible memory, so I don’t know how old I was when I first noticed it. I’m going to guess around 10. My father was always an impatient man, and what I remember most about him throughout my childhood was how often he would yell at…[Read more]

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    Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

    Today I realized, I don’t love her and I never really have. I care about her safety and don’t want to hurt her, but I have no connection to her and I never have. Listen from someone who doesn’t feel, what ever you’re going through, it must suck, I could relate, but you don’t want this. I constantly wonder, whats wrong with me? Am I a sociopath? I…[Read more]

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    Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

    I’m not evil or something, I get angry when I hear about child abuse or murders, but I don’t feel sympathy. Just today my girlfriend was a mess in tears because her parents are divorcing. I comforted her and tired to make her feel better, but I didn’t feel any connection, in fact at times I just wished she’d stop because her sobbing was annoying.

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    Samual Dean replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

    You really don’t want this. If others can’t convince you maybe I can. Growing up I was a very sensitive kid and cried at the smallest thing, maybe just someone looking at me funny, this went on for a and only one girl ever talked to me or was nice to me. Long story short, I moved away, got my heart broken and felt like shit. I didn’t have any…[Read more]

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    Seema Malhotra replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 2 months, 1 week ago

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    Samual Dean replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    When a player is on the court and he finds that things are not going his way, he gets angry. That is very normal.

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    Ravi Nigam replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    I, personally, do not think anger is bad. It can define us in a lot of ways.

    As a huge tennis fan, I’ve noticed a few occasions where this is very true.

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    Peter Goodenough replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    An need reaction will always be miserable. Whatever the situation think before you act
    “-cuz once it’s done, it cannot be un done.”

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    Megha Bajpai replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    Create multiple questions before acting. And wait patiently for the questions to work wonders.

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    Devesh Srivastava replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    Sit idle . Think what could be the best solution for the scenario. Give time for your brain to process to situation. Think twice whether anger would be the solution.

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    Arnika Tripathi replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    I stood up walked straight to the guy and told him let this be the last time.
    Then I sat down and started to think what would have happened if I hurted the guy? What would have happened if I slapped that guy? Or else what would have happened if I pour a bottle full of water on him?
    I’m damn sure that those guys don’t have the guts to face my…[Read more]

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    Allen Faria replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    Today I almost had to burst out in anger and kick a guy’s a**.
    But fortunately I did something else which made my day feel special.
    I was taking a power nap in the 15 mins break at my university. Some fellow members were having fun pouring water on eachother. Some water droplets fell on me first time, every guys attention turned on me cuz I used…[Read more]

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    Abhishek Aiyar replied to the topic Anger in the forum Anger can be controlled 3 months ago

    When all four wheels are sweet looking start washing the bumpers. Anything, but don’t drive that car until you have started laughing. Work it on through and get it put where it belongs. In the place where things we can’t control go to die.

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    Ravi Nigam replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Neurotransmitters are responsible for everything from higher level thought, to experiencing sound, to tasting food, to triggering muscles. There are a few hundred different types of neurotransmitter (with some yet to be discovered) and a huge body of research of the most common types – dopamine, GABA, serotonin, etc.

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    Peter Goodenough replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Neurotransmitters aren’t just “emotion molecules”, they are chemicals that govern all brain and nervous system activity. Our neurons communicate using neurotransmitters. When we think, we’re changing the action potentials of neurons through ion induction, which results in the release of vessicles of neurotransmitters at the synapse, which bind…[Read more]

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    Megha Bajpai replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    A little dopamine here, a little norepinephrine there… no matter how strong your ego might be, these little chemicals are undeniable when it comes down to it. Intense fear or total elation can be elicited with drugs and brain stimulation. Influence the balance of these neurotransmitters in your brain and prepare to take a ride. Our ego might be…[Read more]

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    Devesh Srivastava replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    In the physical sense emotions are purely the product of neurotransmitters and hormones. You easily experience the range of emotional effects by changing the level of neurotransmitter and/or hormone production in the body. The resulting chemical reactions can take you to the highest highs and the lowest lows.

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    Arnika Tripathi replied to the topic Emotions in the forum General discussion 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Emotion is a broad term which describes a complex set of factors. I would say that emotions as we generally understand them are one of the hallmark traits of being human. While other animals share in many of the physical properties underlying our emotional experience, there is something deeply unique in that our mind plays a huge role both in how…[Read more]

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